十七 / 十八世紀 德化白釉送子觀音坐像
20,000 - 30,000 USD
the seated bodhisattva holding a child, wearing long flowing robes open at the chest revealing a beaded necklace, the hair neatly parted and pulled back above the serene face, and falling in two knotted tresses onto the shoulders, all supported on a pierced rockwork base with a book on a pedestal at the side
Compare a similar example in the Hickley Collection, illustrated in Rose Kerr and John Ayers, Blanc de Chine: Porcelain from Dehua, Chicago, 2002, pl. 8; and another illustrated in Robert H. Blumenfield, Blanc de Chine: The Great Porcelain of Dehua, Berkeley, 2002, pl. 65B.